The Secret Lives of Cats (4 Pics)

Screaming cat: “You’ve overstayed you’z welcome, Will! Now SCAT!”

Our ferocious friends are up to no good! We knew they were mischevious but are they really sipping cocktails and smoking cigarettes when we’re not looking? Photographer Tim Barber thinks so. In Kitty City he shows us what our furry friends might be doing right behind our backs. See these photos and more at the Animalania exhibit. Fuse Gallery from February 18 through March 14, 2009 in NYC. “Do you think Eugene thinkz about me?” “Of course, look who’s at the window!”

“Oh Master, you’re home already?! I just had a few homies over…” – silently to E and Esteban, “Quick, hide!”

“My jedi mind tricks be workin! I can make Grace and Annie bow down!” Cat in red: “What the…” Cat in black in fur (huh?) on street: “I’m impervious! Your trickz don’t work on me, sucka!”

Opening Reception: Wednesday, February 18th, 7-10pm Fuse Gallery 93 2nd Avenue (between 5th & 6th Streets) NYC, NY 10003 Subway: F train to 2nd Avenue 212-777-7988 More Awesome Photos: Monkey See, Monkey Do: Monkeyman Portraits How Family Life Can Be So Simple and Sweet. 7 Photos By Akhiro Furuta. The Raddest Toy Collection + Pictures Belong to Doc18 on Flick Hoping Your Weekend Has Some of This In It! Back to theMET Homepage Registration is FREE! Join Now!



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Lifelike Paper Birds Adorn Oversized Stamps of Countries Around the World

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